30 September 2014

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  • ISLAMABAD Oil consumers are likely to get a minor relief at the start of next month as the Oil and Gas Regulatory Authority (OGRA) has suggested a reduction of up to Rs3 per litre in prices of petroleum products,In a summary forwarded to the Ministry of Petroleum, OGRA has recommended to slash petrol price by Rs2.60 per litre, high speed diesel 77 paisas, kerosene oil Rs1.76, high octane Rs1.53 and light diesel Rs1.53.New prices of petroleum products will be applicable from October 1 after the government s approval.

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Govt decides to set up polio operation center

ISLAMABAD  Federal government has decided to establish a polio operation center considering the alarming risk of polio virus in Pakistan on Wednesday, Dunya News reported.The central polio operation center would administer polio vaccination program under the health department in Islamabad.According to sources, the polio operation center would be set up in the secretariat and would remain in contact with health departments in all the four provinces. In case any new

London Plan failed miserably: PM Nawaz Sharif

London Plan failed miserably: PM Nawaz Sharif LONDON: Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif said on Wednesday that the ‘London Plan’ in reference to the meeting between Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) Chairman Imran Khan and Pakistan Awami Tehreek (PAT) Chief Tahirul Qadri had failed miserably. Speaking to the media here, the prime minister said the entire nation was aware of what had become of the ‘London Plan.’ He added that Pakistan’s journey towards development and prosperity would continue.Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif will travel from London to New

Electoral reforms: ECP summons key meeting on Sept 30

Electoral reforms: ECP summons key meeting on Sept 30ISLAMABAD: The Election Commission of Pakistan (ECP) has started work on electoral reforms process, The ECP has begun work on use of bio-metric machine and electronic voting machine, as planned under new reforms. The special meeting of the ECP has been summoned on September 30. In this regard, the election commission has contacted 11 companies dealing in biometric machine and electronic voting machine. The companies concerned will give demo of their working/use of machines. The ECP will shortlist a single

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